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Counseling Therapy Person Major Insecure Attachment Problems
Is there counseling or therapy for couples where one person has major insecure attachment problems?
Yes: Of course, nobody thinks that they have an issue, and that they are the "good one" of the relationship. They may be right, but that's not the point. A good family counselor, and there are some in any area, can help greatly, and if one person does have major issues, refer them for individual care. But the issues may be in both parents, and a good counselor should help both parents. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Combination therapy: Since the attachment problems (disorder) originate when children have been unable to consistently connect with or to get an attention from a parent or primary caregiver, treatment involves a combination of therapy, counseling, and parenting education. http://helpguide.org/mental/parenting_bonding_reactive_attachment_disorder.htm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Therapy: It may be a good idea for you to begin therapy if what is currently distressing you is interfering with your functioning. If you are able to, get evaluated by a professional who will be able to provide a more objective opinion on your need for therapy. ...Read more
Understanding why: Counseling/therapy/medicine can help us understand what we expect from ourselves, from others, and from life--and aren't getting, which results in loneliness and emptiness. Better understanding and a mid-course "life review" can help change our focus and point us in more meaningful directions. Some find themselves living someone else's agenda, others find better approaches to the path they're on. ...Read more
State laws: Texas law, as in other states, determines who can legally give consent for a treatment. Until a kid reaches 18, the parents are given that right/responsibility. If the kid is "emancipated", living on their own over 16 or has been given that status but a court, they are exempt & can consent. Some issues like std treatment & reproductive health are exempted from that rule as a public health issue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've tried from medicine, physical therapy &counseling.My disabilities & pain keep me from everyday life. whats out there, i know pain meds will help?
Chronic Pain: Pain medication can help painful physical symptoms but over time also has the problem of addiction and habituation. Psychological interventions can reduce or eliminate the need for medications. Explore biofeedback, hypnosis, relaxation techniques, meditation, and depth therapy which can uncover underlying conflicts or fears that contribute to either the pain or your reactions to it. ...Read more
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